Premises liability refers to the liability of property owners and operators in the event that someone becomes injured on their land or premises. Valid premises liability claims involve proving negligence or wrongful acts on the part of those responsible for maintaining a property that places others at risk.
Serious injuries can be caused by a number of unsafe property conditions including uneven flooring, slippery walkways, insufficient lighting, cracks or holes that are not visible or are concealed, falling objects, or other dangerous hazards. The presence of these conditions can lead to slip and fall accidents and other accidents that may warrant injured victims to seek compensation from a property owner.
The extent of a person’s injuries in these cases can range from minor or moderate to severe. Broken bones, skull fractures, bruises, scarring, and other physical injuries can be disabling for those involved in premises liability accidents. Some can require extensive medical treatment or rehabilitative care in order for patients to fully recover. In some instances the injuries can be permanent or even fatal.
A premises liability lawyer can help those with valid personal injury claims seek fair compensation for damages such as related medical costs from those responsible for their premises liability accident injury.
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- Being Involved in Slip and Fall Accidents
- If I Am A Victim of Assault?
- Can I Be Compensated for Negligent Security?
- Sustaining Injuries from Construction Accidents
The Life Care Solutions Group is available to help those seeking information pertaining to life care planning for long-term care in relation to a serious accident injury. We are available to provide support for individuals living in various areas throughout California including Santa Barbara, Laguna, and Montecito. Contact us today for more information.